After training, the U.S. team went out to dinner at the Seoul Hard Rock Cafe, where the appetizers were tasty, the music was good (man, the 80s rocked) and the main courses were hearty. At dinner, the U.S. team greeted Stephanie Cox who had just flown in from California to replace Cat Whitehill on the roster. She caught up with her fellow youngsters (see above) as the U.S. team relaxed in the lounge type seating at the restaurant. Welcome back, Steph. We also found out what happens when you put a plate of Nachos down in front of a hungry group of WNT players.